Our Lady of Weight Loss

“Whatever we plant in our unconscious minds and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality.” ~ Earl Nightingale
“You affect your unconscious mind by verbal repetition.” ~ W. Clement Stone

Our unconscious mind works perfectly, just as we program it to work. Our unconscious mind is at work 24/7, 365 days a year, never taking a vacation – not even a coffee break.
It is always available to accept direction from our conscious mind. Once directed, our unconscious mind files the information way. Once filed, the information becomes a belief system from which our thoughts and actions are informed.
These belief systems are stored over a lifetime. Many of these were accepted and embedded at a time when they were useful, or at a time when we were too young to know better. Many of these beliefs are no longer relevant.
It is important to note that your unconscious mind will continue to draw upon these belief systems and act accordingly, until your conscious mind rewrites the script, and nourishes it with repetition and emotion.
Empty words that hold no true meaning or spark of emotion will not take root.
This week, observe your actions and thoughts. Are they coming from an old script, an old belief system? Are they no longer useful? If they no longer work for you, then take some time to consciously rewrite your internal messages.
Write them. Speak them. Live them.
Your life will change.

“The possibilities of creative effort connected with the unconscious mind are stupendous and imponderable. They inspire one with awe.” ~ Napolean Hill

Spread the word … NOT the icing,
Janice Taylor
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